Edited By Finn Laursen
This book is focused on these issues as well as other issues in transatlantic relations, including competition and environment policy. Given the complex interdependence of transatlantic countries they need to work together to solve the issues that divide them.
This book is about political aspects of transatlantic relations. Most of the chapters were first presented at the fifth annual conference of the European Union Centre of Excellence (EUCE) at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 10-12 April 2011. The conference also had panels dealing with security aspects of transatlantic relations. Afterwards selected papers were revised for publication. Those dealing with political economy questions appear in this book. Obviously security and political economy interact and can some- times be difficult to separate. The chapters in this book cover especially the financial crisis, trade relations, competition policy and environmen- tal issues. The papers dealing with security questions will be published in a separate volume, also to be published by PIE Peter Lang. Finn Laursen Halifax, NS, Canada, March 2012
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